Enjoy the stories of more famous death cars. Don’t be embarrassed to admit that you revel in stories of speed and death like the rest of us rubber-neckers. CLICK HERE if you missed the beginning of this article. Famous death cars No. 4 – James Dean’s 1955 Porsche 550 Spyder James Dean made it clear Read on! →


Valet parking may be convenient and time-saving, but according to many, it is taking a big risk. A recent article in Jalopnik said the valet’s Ferrari joy-ride in “Ferris Bueller’s Day Off” is no exaggeration, and that hi-jinx of its nature are not uncommon. Valet parking insider In the Jalopnik piece, Travis Okulski , a Read on! →


The age-old tradition of getting under the hood and doing one’s own auto maintenance is increasingly endangered. However, a growing number of people are finding out there are auto repairs that anyone can do. Tell a grease monkey passerby that here under the car we lie According to MSN, a survey conducted several years ago Read on! →


Morpace released a recent survey on the habits of car buyers. One of the trends it indicated is that car buyers don’t care about which dealership they buy a new or used vehicle from. It may not matter where the auto loan comes from either. It turns out that the average American cares the most Read on! →


When at the local auto parts store or auto service station, some may have noticed the bevy of synthetic oils available though at higher cost than normal oil. There are many synthetic oil benefits, but there are some drawbacks for some people. Longer life among synthetic oil benefits Synthetic oils, according to Car Craft magazine, Read on! →


Americans have been steadily gaining weight over the last 50 years. That is not news, and the personal cost of carrying too much weight is well-documented. But in addition to an increased risk of diabetes, hypertension, stroke and heart disease, a recent article pinpoints another cost: obese motorists consume more gasoline. With fuel costs hovering Read on! →


Congested highways filled with gas-guzzling vehicles have helped create dirty air and countless budget sinkholes for consumers. Improved methods of public transportation and more fuel-efficient green vehicles have helped this problem to a great extent, but there is still room for improvement. Present options for change are frequently quite expensive. But when it comes to Read on! →


Millions of elderly people are still driving and some of them have some form of dementia, such as Alzheimer’s. What to do about people driving with dementia is still a topic of some debate. Seven states require reporting for drivers with dementia According to the Los Angeles Times, Dr. Arthur Daigneault, a Santa Ana, Calif. Read on! →


Every so often, some contemplate getting personalized license plates, whether to be unique like everyone else or perhaps to be amusing. There’s certainly nothing wrong, but there are a few things one should bear in mind about custom license plates. Yes, personalized license plates are subject to review Car and Driver recently published an article Read on! →


While some organizations release early reports of the most stolen vehicles, the National Insurance Crime Bureau’s list of the most stolen vehicles of 2010 is the official word. For the third straight year, the 1994 Honda Accord takes the crime cake. Weak security and in-demand parts attract many car thieves. Thieves target Accord, Civic and Read on! →